Sadly Elephant numbers in Africa are declining every day due to illegal poaching and human-animal conflict. The much anticipated results of the largest ever continent-wide wildlife survey, the Great Elephant Census, were released at the World Conservation Congress in Hawaii. The worrying finding: Africa now has 352,271 savanna elephants left in 93 percent of the... Continue Reading →
There is something mysterious and magnetic about Lake Tanganyika in Northern Zambia. Little traveled and little known to the outside world, the people still hold old beliefs true. Its a place where Christianity and Witchcraft live hand in hand and the best knowledge is carried over by word of mouth from the village elders. Its... Continue Reading →
Lake Tanganyika in Africa is primarily known for its glittering scenic vistas, fantastic fishing and the coastal expanse of Nsumbu National Park but the most extraordinary part is often missed, exploring its underwater world and the animals that inhabit it. You don't have to be an ecologist to appreciate this experience and its fast becoming... Continue Reading →
Our Chef cooking this mornings breakfast. Our new activity map is now hanging in the bar area and looking great!
ZNFC Flashbacks. Who could forget this whopper from Eric Rath?! Day 2 of the National comp 2015. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com
Young bull elephants in musk having a tussle. Seen on a Kala Bay cruise & walk from Ndole Bay Lodge. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com
ZNFC Flashbacks - This catch is Team Mirza from 2015 - Day 1 of the National Comp. http://www.ndolebaylodge.com